Meet The NBC Sideline Reporter Who Went Viral On Saturday

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Mark Woodley, a sports reporter for NBC affiliate KWWL in Waterloo, Iowa, went viral on Saturday for his hilarious weather coverage. Woodley was asked to cover a blizzard in the morning show, and he took the opportunity to show off his sense of humor.

In one video, Woodley is seen reporting from outside the KWWL building, while snow is falling heavily. He says, “This is what you get when you ask the sports guy to come in to cover a blizzard in the morning show.”

In another video, Woodley is seen trying to brush snow off of his face. He says, “I’m starting to look like a snowman. I’m not sure if I should be worried or excited.”

Woodley’s weather coverage was a hit with viewers, and his videos quickly went viral on social media. Woodley himself was surprised by the response. He told TODAY.com, “Of all the things that I thought I’d be known for in my life, crotchety old weather reporter was not on the list.”

Woodley’s weather coverage was a refreshing departure from the usual serious tone of weather reporting. His humor helped to lighten the mood and make a difficult situation a little bit more bearable.

Woodley is not the first sideline reporter to go viral for their off-the-cuff remarks. In 2020, Erin Andrews went viral for her reaction to a pass attempt that came her way during a Cowboys-Eagles game. Andrews batted down the pass with ease, and her reaction was priceless.

These sideline reporters are a reminder that sports broadcasting is not just about reporting on the game. It is also about entertaining the viewers and making them feel like they are part of the action. Woodley and Andrews are both excellent examples of sideline reporters who do their job well and also know how to have some fun.

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